US Open: Tiger fav, Brits and US paired together
Tiger Woods is once again the man to beat and William Hill rate him as their 5/1 favourite to win the second major of 2012.
The organisers have had fun with the pairing putting the top three US players together and the top three European.
Hills make the US pairing (Woods, Mickelson, Watson), 8/11 to produce a lower cumulative first 36 than the British team of Westwood, Mcllroy & Donald who are 1/1.
"The pairings are as good as it gets and we might even get our first Ryder Cup pointers," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.
US Open: 1st Round 3 Balls:
Evs Tiger Woods, 7/4 Phil Mickelson, 16/5 Bubba Watson
13/8 Lee Westwood, 7/4 Rory McIlroy, 7/4 Luke Donald,
Which Team will shoot the lowest cumulative score in the first two rounds?: 8/11 Mickeslon/Woods/Watson, 1/1 McIlroy/Donald/Westwood
US Open 2012: 5/1 Tiger Woods, 12/1 Lee Westwood, 14/1 Rory Mcllroy, 14/1 Phil Mickelson, 14/1 Luke Donald, 25/1 Jason Dufner, 33/1 Matt Kuchar, 33/1 Dustin Johnson, 33/1 Justin Rose, 33/1 Jim Furyk, 33/1 Rickie Fowler, 35/1 Hunter Mahan, 40/1 Bubba Watson, 40/1 Zach Johnson, 40/1 Adams Scott, 40/1 Steve Stricker, 50/1 Martin Kaymer, 50/1 Jason Day50/1 Louis Oosthuizen 50/1 Charl Schwartzel, 50/1 Keegan Bradley, 66/1 Graeme McDowell, 66/1 Nick Watney, 66/1 Geoff Ogilvy, 66/1 Peter Hanson, 66/1 Ian Poulter, 66/1 Ernie Els,
66/1 Webb Simpson, 80/1 Bar
Ryder Cup: 1/1 Europe, 1/1 USA, 10/1 Tie